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Aorgap County Deroocrat.
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. FOURTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday doming, Sept. 4, 1903. No. 36. THIS IS All our Ladies' Muslin Underwear will be closed out at One-fourth the Price. HEADY HADE SKIRTS. 2dJ ST will buy you one of our $4.00 Skirts. We have them in Black, Dark Grey and Navy Blue, nfca w Don't miss this chance, but come and get one. All of our new Fall Dress Goods are ready for inspection. The Leader of Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise. IgBgPaaHAiJM, lk,',.M GRANDMOTHER SCHERMER'S FOR TUG STOMACH. THE THE BIG SHOW HERE! vctsIEI, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. Tiie Great, COLE YOUNGER and FRANK JAMES HISTORICAL WILD WEST TJje World's (irnatost Exhibition, Embracing us it (loos, Hero Horsemen of aJ.1 1ST actions TIiuh exemplifying all that there is in Hold Dashing HEROIC MANUOOl). The Great Wild West and Far West Now united hand in hand. Note the endless array of Startling Attractions Russian Cossacks, Bedouin Arabs, American Cow Boys, Roosevelt Rough Riders Indians, Cubans, Western Girls, Mexicans, Bronchos, Over land Stage Coach, Emigrant Train, the Siege of Dead-wood, and the World's Mounted Warriors, Led by the Great COLE YOUNGER AND FRANK JAMES, Who will personally appear at every performance. Two Performances Daily. 2 and 8 p. m R,A.I3ST OR SHINS. THE LAST jSL Porfoot Modiolno. orfoot Modiolno. ) HEALTH RESTORER cut THti iinMnvc nnu thij i ivni FOR THII KIDNEYS. FOR TtilJ EUREKA MEDICINE CO., BUNCETON, MO. CALL! ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. LIVER. LOCAL NEWS. jj m Coll fur Hardy's Prize Making Pow der. Willi West Rxhlbltton in Versailles to-day. io to Hardy's grocery and ask for his Prize. Making Powder. FOR SALIC Two good residence) properties, cliunp. II. A. Yiiii.no. The Cole Younger and lank James Wild West in Veasaillos to-day (Fri day). Attorney A. It. Knlpmnycr marie a professional trip to Gravols Mills on Thursday of last week. A big hunch nf line cattle- was loaded heru last Uaturriay night and were sent to tin; St. Louis market Monday. Since the children have had a long siege of rest and reereatton they have now settled down to study, as tchoul opened Monday. Herhurt Woods leaves to-day for Columbia where he holds a position as instructor in chemistry at the- Mis souri State University, 10. A. Crewwon marie, a himlnnss trip to Klrion last Friilay, returning Satur day afternoon with a driving liorr.e which lie purchased while there. To-day tho Cole Younger and Frank Jumt'h Willi West, with all thn realis tic scenes of life on tin; plains will ex hibit iu Versailles. I'm ado at 11 a. in. All who wish Dr. K. 1'. Mender to make their plates this visit should call for impression not later than Sept. tho 10th, ho will he at City Hotel, Mon day, Kept. 7, remaining until Sept. 1U. Moth Colo YonngCr and Frank .lames, tho famous characters con uncled with border life in days gone by In Mis souri, will he scan In Versailles at tkolr great Wild West F.xhibitlon Fri day, Kept. 4. Monroe Jones of Harnett made tho Democrat un agreeable call while in this city on business Monday. Mr. Tones status that the sentiment for Folk iu that part of the comity is so strong that a good Club will he formed there In the near future. Dr. A. O, Williams was called to La montc the latter part of last week to uttend his niece, Mrs. Lllllu Chatham, who was seriously 111. Sunday morn ing Dr. Williams received a muf sago from the friends of Mm. Chatham that she died that morning tit 9 o'clock. We are not Just beginning the freo delivery of meats to our customers hut hare hecu delivering free of charge ever since we bean business arid will continue to do so. Loavc your orders for Meat) Groceries nod Ice with D. C Uanly . Hardy's Prize Making Powder Is going like hot cakes. Ask for it. 8. N. and Vlrgel flull of Knlri wore here attending to business matters Tuesday. James W. Hon and L. M, Ivy came In from Proctor and transacted business here Tuesday. If you want pure clean Ice, fresh Meats and Groceries, leave your order with D. 0. Hardy. The Colored Methodist Church held a quarterly conference in this city tho firm of this week. John McDonald and son Harry, of OravolR Mills, were among' our business visitors last Saturday, J. C. Kcmohnti, who is interested iu mining affairs at Forltina was here during tho day Monday. Come and see the line of men's cloth ing, shoes, shirts, hats, caps, under wear, etc., at the "Famous." Leave your orders for Meat and lee with us. All orders executed promptly and goods delivered free as usual. I). C. llAHIIV. Kiuharri E. Mourner, one of the pros perous farmers of F.ast Morgan, mar keted a load of wheat n Versailles Tuesday morning. Georgu M. llohling and wife departed last Saturday for Moniteau Springs, Colorado, whore they will spend a month for the benefit of Mr. Molding' health. Otto Mtihn, tho jovial shoemaker, spent several days with his friend, Richard Koernur, in Kant Morgan, re turning to his home in thin city Tues day morning. Kaymonri Morrison, who has hern drilling on the Crowson land near town, departed Tuesday for his home in Newton county, Arkansas, owing to the illness of one of his children. A, Young, who had been here sev eral weeks on a visit with his son, H. A. Young, and family, departed Tues day for his Iowa home. He left with a good Impression of Morgan county. fleorge H. Combs, advertising con tractor for the Cole Younger and Frank James Historical Wild West was in Versailles last weok making arrange ments for the exhibition here to-day. He hilled the county thoroughly. li. Holt7.cn and August Wolpman brought iu u lot of cattle Monday for shipment. A fter arriving In Versailles llolt'.pn purchased Wolpman's interest iu the stock and shipped them to St. Louis Monday afternoon, There were two carloads. Mayor Win. Forman, whllo In attend-1 ance at the Muncetou Fair last Thurs day purchased the Uncut Meikshlre sow on the ground, her weight being live hundred pounds. Friday Mr. Forman went to Sorialia and while there- pur chased another thoroughbred shout which he added to his splendid herd at his ranch south of this city, Postmaster J. W. Mills' flue cottage on Campbell street has been completed and the keys turned over to the owner by Contractor .1. M. Duff. The build ing has five largo airy rooms and is one of the neatest and most substan tial of Its sl.o In the city. Dr. It. (J, Mclty will occupy thT new cottage, while Prof. Wray Wltten and wife will occupy tho house vacated by Dr. Kelly ind family, James 14, Moark and Miss Nora Hen- sleau, two prominent society young people of Tipton were united In mar riage at the home of the bride, "Oak Lawn," near that placo Tuesday noon at tho First Maptlst Church, In tho presence of a number of friends, The groom Is tho popular agent for the Mis souri Pacillu railway at that place and thu bride is prominent in society and religious circles, and loth are favorites in Tipton. Charley Goodman has been wearing a deop, dark red smile which has per moated his whole being within thu past few days, and nothing short of gold nuggets has been too good for his friends, Iluriwelser baiuiuetH, frog frlocassees, chumpalgnc fl..ua, oyster jullpu, bourbon bumfuzzlcn or gin cock tails have all looked alike to Charley when the Immediate appetites of Inti mate friends were an Item. The rea son for ail this exuberance was enough to make him rash. It was the arrival, last Friday morning, of a flue ten pound boy baby ut his home, Hardy's Prize Making Powder Is tho kind to uses in your baking, Thu finest lino of worsted pants ever brought to Versailles can bo seen at the "Famous". C, II. Uobortson and J. W. Itutchur sou came iu from Fortuna and spent tho day hero Saturday. K. U, Spencer the hustling merchant of Osage Iron Works was circulating among our business men Monday, Good and woll-umdo clothing cannot be found at every store, the only .lace iu Versailles to get them Is at tho "Famous". Thu Ladies Sewing Society of the Christian Church met Wednesday after noon at tho home of Mrs. R. M, Woods on Campbell street, Thos. O'Neal, L. P. O'Neal and Sid Spurlock came In from Marnett Mon day and luft Versailles to attend tho Monsees Htock sale near Smlthton which took place Tuesday. Dr. 10. P. Mender, the painless den tist, whorl last here extracted anil lllled hunilieds of teeth without pain, and we have not heard of a single com plaint, on thu other hand a number .ay he is Indeed a painless dentist. At City Hotel Sept. 7th, remaining until Sept. Mth. T. F. Castello, of New York, was hi the city Tuesday. lie In here looking over the mineral field and has men drilling at Hook Ford, six miles south west of Versailles. Mr. Castello .seems to be pretty favorably Impressed with what investigation ho has made thus far in Morgon county, Dr. (1. W. Pilklngton of Oarnntt, Kansas, arrived hero Tuesday morning accompanied by Messrs. .lames W. Uieu and M. F. Aoulf. They at once left, for the Crystal mine, southwest of Ver sailles on an inspecting tour. Dr. Pilk lngton Is Interested iu tho development of this mine, which is now giving evi dence of first-class lead, and the tlrill eisare very much encouraged with what they have found. II. C. Campbell, Jr., Vice President GencHiie Mining and Milling Co., of Rochester, N. Y,, wnt. here Tuesday and wltti mi outfit i;'ul)iiol fui ins pecting started for the southwest part of the county to nriko a personal in vestigation of the mineral outlook in that locality. He stated that If indi cations proved favorablu hit company wait ready to spend some capital 111 Morgan county developing our mineral resources. I). C Hardy, Jr., proprietor of the Couciete Livery Mdrn In this city sold the entire, livery equipment Monday to .1. It. Potter and J. W. Allen of Cali fornia, ami the now proprietors will take hold of tho business at. once. Mr. Hardy lias been lu the livery business hero for several years and has suc ceeded hi building up a big trade, and whilu wo are sorry to see him go out' of business we aru glad to welcome) bueh mttn as Messrs. Potter and Alice Into thu business elroli-sof Versailles. One of tlie very best remedies that cnu be applied to a wound made by a rusty nail, and which Is almost Infalli ble in its cure, is to take a quantity of peach-leaves, heat them to a pulp, and then apply them to the wound, and in u very short time nu Improvement will hu noted in thu wound. Several per sons have tried this remedy when all others failed to give relief, and it wuh beneficial in Its results. At this season of the year, when so many persons aro Injured by tramping on a rusty nail, this remedy should be noted, Scien tific American. John Mrokmoyur, who was thu pro motor of thu excursion to Muncetou on Thursday of last week, made a decided success of thu event. The train which was an extra left hero at b a.- in, with over 3D0 passengers aboard, nri by the time Tipton was reached the coaches were (ill filled to the platforms ami thoro were between HOD and "(Hierowiled lu thu coaches. Mr. Hroktneyur worked up tho excursion and deserves thu en tire credit for Its success, and tho Mis souri Pacific was fortunate In securing him to do thu hustling and local adver tising on tho occasion. Thu big crowd showed tho effects of his handy work. Largo KiitfllNh Berkshire. I have some line male pigs of thu above breed for sale, No butter breed ing iu the country. Wit, Foiuian, Versailles, Mo,